Human Rights Day

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Relative pronouns

relatives

Past Simple – regular/irregular verbs+exercises

Exercises: regular regular regular regular regular regular

Used to

Exercises: ONE TWO THREE

Stand up Take action

Sports vocabulary

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Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative

Comparative Form and Superlative Form (-er/-est)

one-syllable adjectives (clean, new, cheap)

two-syllable adjectives ending in -y or -er (easy, happy, pretty, dirty, clever)

positive form→ comparative form→ superlative form

clean                        cleaner                (the) cleanest

Exceptions in spelling when adding -er / -est

silent ‘e’ is dropped

Example: late-later-latest

final ‘y’ after a consonant becomes i

Example: easy-easier-easiest

final consonant after short, stressed vowel is doubled

Example: hot-hotter-hottest

Comparative Form and Superlative Form (more/most)

positive form→ comparative form→ superlative form

adjectives of three or more syllables (and two-syllable adjectives not ending in -y/-er)

difficult – more difficult –  most difficult

Comparative Form and Superlative Form (irregular comparisons)

positive form→ comparative form→ superlative form

good – better – best

bad – worse – worst

Exercises: one two three four five